Institutions are faced with tough decisions about how best to sustain enrollments in academic programs. Delivery methods and modes of institutional offerings significantly impact an academic program's sustainability. While designed to meet student need, offering courses on multiple campuses, restricted day or evening cohort programs, online-only offerings, and accelerated programs often divide programs to the point of being unsustainable. We can help. Keep reading to learn about collaborative strategies to support Cohort Enrollment Health.
By analyzing enrollment trends, institutions can optimize the ways students complete programs.
Leverage a data-informed planning framework to analyze program fragmentation and its impact on completion
Ensure cohort offerings can support degree completion (e.g., day vs. evening, on-campus vs. online, etc.)
Informs recommended intervention strategies and provides visibility into time-to-completion for every term and student
Includes the health status of various pathways, and the influence of course sharing between pathways
Did you know that we can easily add an Academic Program Cost Analysis to this service to better make data-informed decisions to manage the academic enterprise? To learn more about how data-informed decisions can enhance your institutional planning and academic schedules, contact us today to start a conversation.
Enrollment and Academic Program Health Planning
Over time the course schedule has become more complex due to multiple variables such as the number of campuses, restricted day/evening cohort programs, online-only offerings, accelerated programs. Attempts to meet the various needs of students and faculty may fragment the schedule, dispersing students among several courses rather than concentrating enrollment in fewer options. This webinar will help chairs, deans, and provosts use data strategically to plan curriculum and the course schedule.